Access and inclusion
The Royal Commission held a public hearing in Broome from Monday 17 June 2019 to Wednesday 19 June 2019. The Royal Commission inquired into:
- the unique needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people when it comes to aged care services
- the perspective and experience of people who access aged care in remote areas including family members and carers
- the nature and scope of aged care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in remote areas
- the barriers to accessing aged care services for people living in remote areas
- the challenges of maintaining an adequately skilled and culturally appropriate workforce
- good practice care models for people living in remote areas.
- The Broome Hearing closed on Wednesday 19 June 2019.
- Applications for leave to appear at the public hearing closed 5pm (ACST) on Thursday 6 June 2019.
- Exhibit documents relating to this hearing have been published on the Public hearings – 17-19 June 2019 page.
- Transcripts and a Witness list are available for all days of the hearing.
- A webcast of the hearing is available as well as an audio version.
If you are having difficulty viewing any of the documents on this page, or require an accessible format, please email ACRCenquiries@royalcommission.gov.au.
If you are unable to communicate via email please phone the Royal Commission on 1800 960 711 to make alternative arrangements.